|Mariner's Knoll Genealogy, USA (#47144210)|
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The web address is not my personal home page its where I spend most of my time.
My email is; marinersknoll(at)marinersknoll.org
If you are interested in one of the memorials, at St. Joseph's OLD Cemetery, Wayland, NY, please send me an email with the name of the person you are requesting included. I will get back to you as soon as I can. I have photographed all of the headstones in the cemetery and with the exception of persons still living, ALL are posted on the memorial. If there isn't a photo on the memorial of a headstone, there isn't a headstone for that person. Plot numbers for this cemetery are not recorded anywhere except with ME. So if you need info about a plot number, please feel free to ask me.
First digit is the section number 1-4. Sections are numbered East to West starting at Deiter Rd.
Next 2 digits are the row number, also numbered East to West, except for section 4 which the rows are numbered North to South from State Route 63.
The 4th digit is 1 or 2 letters. If there are more than 24 graves in a row there are 2 letters and the first is either A or B. (I & O are skipped). Headstones in each row are number from the driveway across back of the cemetery, toward State Route 63 except section 4. Where graves are lettered West to East starting from the backside of section 3.
If there is another digit at the end of the plot number, there are more than 2 names/graves on the same headstone or in the plot. Again, if you have a question about plot numbers, please email ME. NB: The Parish Office has NO info about plot numbers at this cemetery.
In St. Joseph's New Cemetery & St. Pius V New Cemetery in Cohocton, the plots are numbered simply Sect ... Then a Roman Numeral .. I. II, III, ect. Then a one - three digit number for the site & last the grave number. In St. Joseph's they go from 1 thru 8. At St.Pius they are numbered sequentially thru the section.
If I send you an edit and you decline it, I will do my best NOT to bother you ever again. Its not my fault if you can't be bothered to check out my source, which is most always the website below.
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|Joan Viney||RE: Marie Odelia Foertsch|
This does not work. Are you sure it is typed in correctly?
|gs||RE: Harold Begue|
I agree with you! Several people in this area have entered information on all burials that are printed in a set of books - Cemetery Inscriptions, Stark County, Ohio - published in the early 1980's. Everything that had been recorded from gravestones by that time, was put into a set of 7 books. If one person had passed away, and the gravestone had the name of the spouse, with their birth date or year, that is included in the books; that has then been submitted to FindAGrave in the last few years by several FindAGrave members. Many of those spouses surviving at that time have since passed away, of course, but some are still living.
Added by gs on Jul 04, 2015 9:51 AM
Hi, Just wanted to thank you for taking the time and making the effort to photograph Flora's headstone. I really appreciate it. Robin
Added by RLA on Jul 02, 2015 7:24 PM
|Joan Viney||Findagrave suggested corrections|
What is your source for place of birth and death of Marie Odella (Foertsch) Heinen buried in Saint Benedict Catholic Cemetery located in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa. I have been researching for 30 years and do not make corrections without a verified source for the information suggested. Thanks.
|Kathryn Hill||Evergreen (Covered Bridge) Cemetery - Springwater, NY|
Thanks so much for letting me know about the caretaker for the cemetery! I spoke with him this morning and he indicated that the burials for Hiram and Frank Lamont definitely took place (in Lot 29) and they do have monuments, but he didn't know about Ashbell Lamont. I don't know if you live close to the cemetery or will be visiting there again and might have a chance to check that particular Lot? Again, thank you so much for the information ... and more importantly, all your Find-A-Grave work!! Sincerely, Kathy Hill
Thank you for searching, though.
Added by jdd20cu on Jun 19, 2015 7:28 PM
|Craigk||RE: Dupes in Saint Vincent de Paul Cemetery|
Most grateful for the message, including the source of your info. Extremely helpful.
Added by Craigk on May 05, 2015 1:45 PM
|Robin Cleland||Mary A Brummet|
I put up memorial for her. I try hard to be fair with everyone. I thankyou for your help. Robin
|Penny Pennington||RE: Amanda Keylor Stimpert Weber #131985580|
Not related, just photo all cemetery. Looking for some requests. Thanks
|wcgjcg||RE: Mother of Glenn Randall|
It is Gladys Randall. I don't know if I typed the wrong number by mistake. I had written the number down, and maybe wrote it wrong. I apologize for my mistake. Gladys Randall was my Grandmother, and Glenn Randall was her son, and my Uncle.
Again, sorry for my error. However, until you updated it, I had not realized my mistake.
Added by wcgjcg on Apr 10, 2015 5:16 PM
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